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Evidence suggests that some antiviral drugs, notably neuraminidase inhibitor (oseltamivir, zanamivir), can reduce the duration of viral replication and improve prospects of survival, however ongoing clinical studies are needed. Emergence of oseltamivir resistance has been reported.
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Although a vaccine and an antiviral drug called tecovirimat, or Tpoxx, are approved in Canada for the prevention and treatment of monkeypox, they have not been widely studied. Furthermore, supplies of both the vaccine and antiviral drug are limited.
Hi, I'm Cathy, with Level Up RN. In this video, I'm going to wrap up my coverage of immune system medications. Specifically in this video, I will be covering TB medications, antifungal medications, and antiviral medications. At the end of the video, I'm going to provide you guys a little quiz to test your knowledge of some of the information I'll be covering, so definitely stay tuned for that. If you have our pharmacology flashcards from leveluprn.com, definitely pull those out so you can follow along. Also note that on these cards that I'm about to go over, there is a lot of bold red text on the card, so definitely some very important information for you to review.
Finally, we have our antiviral agents, and I'm going to give you guys a heads up because these names are killing me. So I'm going to try very carefully to pronounce them correctly. Thank you for your patience.
Okay. I hope this video has been helpful. Thank you for your patience with me as I [laughter] was struggling with my antiviral drug names. I know these drugs inside and out, but some of these drug names are super challenging, so. Thank you for your patience. Be sure to hit your like button if you appreciate this video and leave me some words of encouragement as well as I try to get through the rest of these drug names. So we have two more videos in this playlist. So hang in there with me and good luck with studying.
There are four antiviral agents we're going to talk about. One is acyclovir, another is ganciclovir. Then we have oseltamivir. All right, here we go. This can be tragic. Literally, I don't know if I'm going to get this done for my dinner reservation at 5:30. It's 2:30, by the way. Okay. Finally, we have our antiviral agents, which include acyclovir, ganciclovir, oseltamivir, and zanamivir. I think that's right. Hang on.Zanamivir.Zanamivir. Okay. [laughter] Oh, I hate these words. Oh, God. Take me away. All right. Here we go. It's happening. Oseltamivir, zanamivir. [laughter] I guess I can't spell those. Acyclovir. I don't know why. This is the easiest word in the whole bunch. Acyclovir.
The flu usually doesn't need medical treatment. Sometimes, doctors might prescribe an antiviral medicine for some people who have the flu. This medicine works best if given within the first 2 days of the illness. It can make flu symptoms milder and shorten the illness by a couple of days. But it has some side effects, so discuss the pros and cons of taking it with your doctor.
Fundamentals. HSV epithelial keratitis (live virus) should be treated with topical or oral antivirals but not with steroids. HSV stromal disease (little, if any, virus) requires steroids with oral (never topical) antivirals as prophylaxis.
HSV stromal disease. The primary treatment for stromal disease is topical steroids in conjunction with prophylactic oral antivirals. Topical antivirals should never be used long term for prophylaxis because they can cause corneal toxicity, but orals can be used safely for substantial periods of time.
The antibodies produced by B cells form part of the adaptive immune response and can recognize almost any molecule that might invade the body. In addition, there is a second branch to the adaptive immune system called cellular immunity. T cells form the basis of cellular immunity and can very specifically kill cells that have been infected by viruses. This video compares the two branches of the adaptive immune response, with a particular emphasis on the antiviral effects of T cells. This video features HMX Fundamentals Immunology faculty member Shiv Pillai of Harvard Medical School.
The problem with drugs like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, which are promoted as having broad-spectrum antiviral properties, is that the quantity of inhibitor required to effectively kill off the virus also sickens the host cells, Winslow said.
The European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) has published a new edition of its HIV treatment guidelines for adults. The new version is available to download in English, Chinese, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. The guidelines are intended to set a standard of care for the entire European region including eastern Europe. Key changes since the previous edition include the recommendation that everyone with HIV and hepatitis C virus co-infection should receive direct-acting antiviral treatment for hepatitis C and should receive the same treatment for hepatitis C as people with hepatitis C monoinfection. The guidelines also recommend vaccination for human papillomavirus (HPV) for everyone living with HIV under 26 and for men living with HIV who have sex with men up to the age of 40. 041b061a72